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Huge Iceberg Breaks Apart in Antarctica

Friday, November 04, 2005


In an ongoing saga of destruction, an iceberg about the size of the Hawaiian island of Maui has split into three pieces in the frigid Antarctic, scientists said Friday.

Capping a 5-year-long saga of destruction, an iceberg about the size of the
Hawaiian island of Maui has split into three pieces in the frigid Antarctic,
scientists said Friday.

The larger iceberg, named B-15A, calved into
three smaller icebergs — B-15M, B-15N and B-15P. Two of the larger icebergs
(B-15M and B-15N) are about the size of Grand Cayman and St. Croix,
respectively.

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